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Guadalupe Castillo-Cardiel, Víctor Manuel Medina-Quintana, Mario Lomelí-Enríquez, Fabiola Medrano-Muñoz, Celia Guerrero-Velázquez, Carmen Karina Contreras-López, Clotilde Fuentes-Orozco, Leire Irusteta-Jiménez, Luis Rodrigo Michel-Espinoza, Alejandro González-Ojeda
Background: Currently there is great interest in developing clinical applications of platelet-rich plasma to enhance bone repair. Aim: To assess bone regeneration in mandibular fractures, with the application of this adjuvant. Methods: Twenty patients with mandibular fractures were included in a randomized clinical trial. Patients of the experimental group (n = 10) were submitted to internal fracture reduction and administration of platelet-rich plasma, and patients of the control group (n = 10) were submitted to the same surgical procedure without plasma application...
2017: Gaceta Médica de México
Roberto Hugo Martinez, Juan Camilo Pereira, Luis Ibarz
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
September 2017: Archivos Españoles de Urología
D Lippi
Jacopo Berengario da Carpi (c.1460-c.1530) made several important advances in anatomy, being universally considered the founder of 'animated anatomy' (anatomia animata). In addition to being a famous anatomist, Berengario was also a highly regarded surgeon. One of his famous clients was Lorenzo de' Medici, Duke of Urbino (1492-1519). In 1517, Lorenzo suffered a skull injury from an harquebus shot and Berengario was asked to come to his bedside. Lorenzo's case gave Berengario the opportunity to write his Tractatus de Fractura Calve sive Cranei, published in Bologna by Gerolamo Benedetti in 1518...
September 2017: British Journal of Surgery
Juan José López Gómez, José Luis Pérez Castrillón, Enrique Romero Bobillo, Daniel A De Luis Román
La obesidad interfiere con el metabolismo óseo a través de factores mecánicos, hormonales e inflamatorios. El principal tratamiento de dicha enfermedad es la dieta, modificación de la cantidad y tipo de alimento. Este tratamiento nutricional tiene una influencia sobre el metabolismo óseo en dos sentidos: modifica el efecto del sobrepeso y la obesidad sobre el hueso e interviene directamente en el turnoveróseo a través de las características de los nutrientes utilizados. Esta revisión analiza la evidencia del efecto sobre el hueso del descenso de peso y del patrón dietético utilizado...
November 29, 2016: Nutrición Hospitalaria: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Española de Nutrición Parenteral y Enteral
Manel Giner, Jesús M Culebras, Michael M Meguid
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 1, 2016: Nutrición Hospitalaria: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Española de Nutrición Parenteral y Enteral
I Sancho González, M Menéndez García
Chopart (midtarsal) joint dislocations are relatively rare but potentially serious injuries. Their low prevalence and the possible absence of evident radiological findings cannot justify misdiagnosis because an adequate and correct treatment is required to achieve a proper clinical outcome.A midtarsal joint dislocation in a 19-year-old woman is described, in which diagnosis was performed at 8 weeks of evolution. An open reduction was performed by a double approach (medial and lateral) and a Kirschner wire joint stabilization...
April 29, 2016: Anales del Sistema Sanitario de Navarra
Luz María Sánchez-Sánchez, Alfredo Uriel Cabrera-Pedroza, Gerardo Palacios-Saucedo, Beatriz de la Fuente-Cortez
INTRODUCTION: Zoledronic acid or zo/edronate is a potent bisphosphonate that recently has been used in children with osteoporosis and osteogenesis imperfecta (01), so it could be an option in the treatment of children with this terrible disease that virtually condemns them to a life of pain and prostration. The aim of this study was to evaluate the clinical and biochemical conditions of pediatric patients with 01 before and after treatment with zo /edronate. RESULTS: We included 14 patients, median age six years (6 months to 14 years), eight (57...
March 2015: Gaceta Médica de México
K Romanova, J Vassileva, M Alyakov
The aim of the present study was to assess the radiation dose to the eye lens of orthopaedic surgeons during various orthopaedic procedures and to make efforts to ensure that radiation protection is optimised. The study was performed for Fractura femoris and Fractura cruris procedures performed in orthopaedic operating theatres, as well as for fractures of wrist, ankle and hand/shoulder performed in the emergency trauma room. The highest mean value of the eye lens dose of 47.2 μSv and higher mean fluoroscopy time of 3 min, as well as the corresponding highest maximum values of 77...
July 2015: Radiation Protection Dosimetry
Michael A Chorney, Chirag D Gandhi, Charles J Prestigiacomo
Craniotomies are among the oldest neurosurgical procedures, as evidenced by early human skulls discovered with holes in the calvaria. Though devices change, the principles to safely transgress the skull are identical. Modern neurosurgeons regularly use electric power drills in the operating theater; however, nonelectric trephining instruments remain trusted by professionals in certain emergent settings in the rare instance that an electric drill is unavailable. Until the late Middle Ages, innovation in craniotomy instrumentation remained stunted without much documented redesign...
April 2014: Neurosurgical Focus
Ahmet Acıduman, Cağatay Aşkit, Deniz Belen
OBJECTIVE: To present the chapter "On wound of the head and fracture of the head bone" of Kitāb al-Manṣūrī / Liber Almansoris, which was one of the early works of Rhazes. METHODS: Both Arabic (Süleymaniye Manuscript Library, Ayasofya collection, Nr. 3751 and Millet Library, Feyzullah Efendi collection, Nr. 1327) and the Latin (Basileae, 1544) texts of Kitāb al-Manṣūrī / Liber Almansoris were studied, and the 26th section of the 7th chapter, entitled "Fī al-shajja kasr al-'aẓm al-ra's / De plagis capitis et fractura cranei / On wound of the head and fracture of the head bone" was translated into English and English text created...
December 2014: World Neurosurgery
Esteban Martínez, Esteban Jódar Gimeno, Rebeca Reyes García, Pedro Carpintero, José Luis Casado, Javier Del Pino Montes, Pere Domingo Pedrol, Vicente Estrada, Jorge Maalouf, Eugenia Negredo, Antonio Ocampo, Manuel Muñoz-Torres
OBJECTIVE: To provide practical recommendations for the evaluation and treatment of metabolic bone disease in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) patients. PARTICIPANTS: Members of scientific societies related to bone metabolism and HIV: Grupo de Estudio de Sida (GeSIDA), Sociedad Española de Endocrinología y Nutrición (SEEN), Sociedad Española de Investigación Ósea y del Metabolismo Mineral (SEIOMM), and Sociedad Española de Fractura Osteoporótica (SEFRAOS)...
April 2014: Enfermedades Infecciosas y Microbiología Clínica
Alfonso González Ramírez, Juan José Calvo Aguirre, Pilar Lekuona Ancizar, Juan Luis González Oliveras, Teresa Marcellán Benavente, Ana Ruiz de Gordoa Armendia, Antoni Salvá Casanovas, Pablo Alcalde Tirado, Teresa González Alonso, Reyes Padilla Clemente, Mercedes Clerencia Sierra, Elena Ubis Diez
The Workshop on Osteoporosis, Falls and Fractures (GCOF) of The Spanish Geriatrics and Gerontology Society (SEGG) formed a committee in order to review the state of the art on the detection, risk factors and assessment tools for falls, and intervention protocols when falls occurs in nursing homes, long-term hospitals or medium-stay units. The different patient profiles are described in order to make a comprehensive approach to this heterogeneous topic and population, offering a risk classification and specific advice according to these categories...
January 2013: Revista Española de Geriatría y Gerontología
Enric Duaso, Alvaro Casas, Francesc Formiga, Montserrat Lázaro Del Nogal, Antoni Salvà, Teresa Marcellán, Carmen Navarro
Since forming the Osteoporosis, Falls and Fractures Group of the Spanish Society (GOCF) of Geriatrics and Gerontology (SEGG) a review was performed of the epidemiology of falls, along with a description of measures that have shown a degree of effectiveness in prevention. We also present the proposal of a common basic model of action in fall prevention units, mainly addressed to the community. Finally, a consensus model falls register is presented, common to community level and institutional areas, with the objective of being useful and easy to fill in at any care level...
September 2011: Revista Española de Geriatría y Gerontología
Momir Sarac, Ivan Marjanović, Miodrag Jevtić, Sidor Misović, Uros Zoranović, Sinisa Rusović
BACKGROUND: Traumatic arteriovenous (AV) fistula is considered to be a pathologic communication between the arterial and venous systems following injury caused mostly by firearms, sharp objects or blasting agents. Almost 50% of all traumatic AV fistulas are localized in the extremities. In making diagnosis, besides injury anamnesis data, clinical image is dominated by palpable thrill and auscultator continual sounds at the site of fistula, extremities edemas, ischemia distally of fistula, pronounced varicose syndrome, and any signs of the right heart load in high-flow fistulas...
July 2011: Vojnosanitetski Pregled. Military-medical and Pharmaceutical Review
Antonio Di Ieva, Paolo Gaetani, Christian Matula, Camillo Sherif, Manfred Skopec, Manfred Tschabitscher
Berengario da Carpi was one of the most famous physicians of the 16th century, a recognized master of anatomy and surgery, an emblematic "Renaissance man" who combined his medical experience and engineering knowledge to design new surgical instruments, and effectively used the arts of writing and drawing to describe state-of-the-art medicine and provide illustrations of anatomical structures. His greatest contribution to medicine was to write the most important work on craniocerebral surgery of the 16th century, the Tractatus de Fractura Calvae sive Cranei (Treatise on Fractures of the Calvaria or Cranium), in which he described an entire set of surgical instruments to be used for cranial operations to treat head traumas that became a reference for later generations of physicians...
May 2011: Journal of Neurosurgery
J Lohnert, J Látal
The authors present their experience with surgical treatment of fractures of the dens axis. In a group of surgical stabilizations after 295 injuries of the spine fractures of the dens axis account for 6.1 %, in the cervical segment 18.4 %. The mean age of the patients was 54.8 years, all were free from neurological deficit. The authors discuss classifications of fractures of the dens and indications for surgical treatment. They present all methods known at present which are used for surgical stabilization as well as their own experience with their use...
1992: Acta Chirurgiae Orthopaedicae et Traumatologiae Cechoslovaca
Riccardo F Mazzola, Isabella C Mazzola
Jacopo Berengario was born in Carpi, a medieval city close to Modena (northern Italy), circa 1460. He studied medicine at Bologna University and, in 1489, graduated in philosophy and medicine. He was appointed lecturer in anatomy and surgery at the same university, a position that he maintained for 24 years. Between 1514 and 1523, Berengario published some important anatomic and surgical works, which gave considerable fame to him.Commentaria... supra Anatomiam Mundini (Commentary... on the Anatomy of Mondino), published in 1521, constitutes the first example of an illustrated anatomic textbook ever printed...
November 2009: Journal of Craniofacial Surgery
Eduardo Kanterewicz, Emma Puigoriol, Pilar Peris, Luis Del Río, Pau Rosique, Aina Yáñez et al.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: Few studies have addressed the role of bone turnover markers (BTM) in Spanish postmenopausal women. The goal of the study was to analyse the relationship between crosslinked C-telopeptides of type I collagen (betaCTXs) serum values and bone mineral density (BMD) and antiosteoporotic drug intake in a large sample of postmenopausal women. PATIENTS AND METHOD: We have recruited 1495 women aged 59-70 years (15.7 years since menopause) randomly selected from the general population within the cross-sectional phase of a cohort study...
October 31, 2009: Medicina Clínica
Jan Bartonícek, Patrick Cronier
The history of treatment of scapula fractures is closely connected with the history of the French surgery. Paré (Les œuvres d´Ambroise Paré, conseiller, et premier chirurgien du Roy, Gabriel Buon, Paris, p VCV, 1579), Petit (Traité des maladies des os. Tome second, Charles-Etienne Hochereau, Paris, pp 122–138, 1723), Du Verney (Traité des maladies des os. Tome I, de Burre, Paris, pp 220–231, 1751) and Desault (Œuvres chirurgicales, ou tableau de la doctrine et de la pratique dans le traitement des maladies externes par Xav...
January 2010: Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery
W Glinkowski
This article presents a rare case of a fracture of the thoracic spine accompanied by significant dislocation but without spinal cord injury in a 74-year-old male patient with ankylosing spondylitis. A literature search failed to reveal a similar case. Conservative treatment produced a good outcome.
December 30, 2000: Ortopedia, Traumatologia, Rehabilitacja
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